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here, this debt issue will come up and a last other things will, as well. outside the virginia delegation right now, a state that is very much in play, but, little more than a few weeks ago it wasn't. back then the president had, i would not say a comfortable lead but a nice lead of four points and then the vice president's famous remarks, the shackle and change remarks, they caused a problem in virginia. the former governor, governor wilder, on why he is not at all surprised over the change in the polls. you have the right to live free from the fear of identity theft. our pledge to you? as long as there are identity thieves, we'll be there. we're lifelock. and we offer the most comprehensive identity theft protection ever created. lifelock: relentlessly protecting your identity. call 1-800-lifelock or go to today. >>neil: coming to you from charlotte, north carolina where democrats are ready to respond to republicans in tampa, on a dismal day of news performing a back drop to all of this, a red backdrop of red ink. we will explore this on fox business network at 8
obama's friend. the virginia governor, i would imagine, quibbles with that. he joins me from the nascar site. what do you may of this? >>guest: well, everyone is happy when the stock market goes up and we will have a great speech by president obama tonight following on a great speech by bill clinton but the economic reality is, gas prices have doubled as the report came out monday. tuesday we hit $16 trillion in deficits, $200,000 plus a family. tomorrow, whatever the job numbers are, more than likely it will be 43 straight months over 8 percent, 23 million people without work. so, great speeches, that does not create good policies or jobs and we still have the bottom line being the record of president obama which is bad on jobs and debt and speeding versus the ideas of mitt romney. that is what the race comes down to. >>neil: the race also will come down to the stock market a little bit. you might as well go with whatever seems to be going your way. look at the s&p now at highest level in four years, the highest legal of my administration and beyond, and i will run with that. so, altho
george allen was governor of virginia, he lowered taxes for business. he reduced the regulatory burden. we saw an influx of investment in virginia and a creation of jobs. the same is true for another governor i worked for after he was governor, john engler in michigan. >>neil: another governor who could agree with that, scott walker. americans are always ready to work hard for a better future. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation,
. on health care being a good thing. and mark warner, the democratic senator from virginia. you never know, some other surprises, sometimes we go to the floor and we talk to these people. i am their worse note mayor like john candy coming to you with a microphone. i will not always go away the it will be a fun night. we have artur davis with us right now, would moved heads at the republican convention. i talked with him when he entered and i wonder if he thought if he was at the right place he once introduced president obama four years ago switching vied to the republicans and now, congressman, something must be in the water because charles crist is going to return the favor, a former republican governor, announcing his support and confidence in president obama. what do you think of that? >>guest: well, i notice that he is speaking on thursday night right before the vice presidential candidate and presidential candidate so i wonder if he has the clint eastwood role or maybe he is the empty chair. i don't know. >>neil: do you think, does that put guys like you, i am never one to question mo
not look good for the ticket, maybe even the senate for the republicans. in your state of virginia, the democrat has a four or five point lead and hopes of the republicans taking the senate could be iffy. only time tells. somehow, republicans are not seizing the initiative or botching it. what do you say? >>guest: well, in virginia, neil, the issue is about jobs, about helping people get back to work. we have a huge issue senate commonwealth about the defense cuts. we are a defense rich state. this president has failed to put a solution on the table to help avoid the defense cuts. >>neil: you signed on to that sequestration that means the defense cuts will occur. >>guest: the house of representatives has taken action to say we do not want the defense cuts. we want to act fiscally responsible to make sure we are slimming down the federal spending but do not do it in a way that disproportionately impacts our defense-related jobs. >>neil: were you surprised when mitt romney criticized the sequestration thing and both sides, republicans and the white house, for how that was handled a y
. >>neil: in virginia it is an all out blitz with president obama and mitt romney holding campaign events trying to win the 13 electoral votes but to believe the latest polls it is the president who is sitting pretty. my guest says that could cut both ways. your argument is, if the president is sitting on leads this substantial his backers could say forget it, it is a win , and good for romney. >>guest: even this far out, if you have one who is thinking of getting involved in a campaign in florida or ohio and sees a cbs-new york times poll that showed president obama up ten in ohio and nine in florida, do you think, well, the president is sitting pretty, why do i need to get involved this campaign, when, in reality, things are closer than that poll shows. it is not just presidents. you have a liberal columnist like from "new york times" who are suggesting this is going to be a route -- rout for president obama. >>neil: that is silly. but what interested me, i could see the president's supporters thinking, well, we could step back but to your point it could be frustrating to romney support
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